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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Last December, Jamaica’s central bank posted a reggae music video on its Twitter account. Since then, more than 240,000 people have watched the video, prompting the bank to release a second video, which has already been viewed 180,000 times.

PARAMARIBO, Suriname – Taking a stroll through the village of Kapasikele, by the sandy banks of the Suriname River, on a relentlessly sunny afternoon, a visitor may be struck that almost everyone encountered is a woman or a child.

KINGSTON, Jamaica - There have been several articles in the regional press speculating about the relationship between the United Kingdom and Caribbean after U.K.’s scheduled departure from the European Union (EU), scheduled for Oct. 31 (Brexit day).

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados – Three of the major tourism destinations in the Caribbean have given contrasting views on the impact the collapse of the British-based travel company Thomas Cook would have on their tourism product.

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